A mid-weight base for layering versatility.
Shorter days and inconsistent temperatures brings a new phase of layering. Queue up the Arc'teryx Women's Long-Sleeve Phase AR Crew to provide a solid foundation upon which you may layer in response to those dropping temperatures and rising exertion levels.
The next-to-skin fit reduces excess fabric and bulk for more comfortable layering—which also means no more loose fabric bunching up around your arms. Additionally, the dynamic duo of proprietary materials not only helps retain core warmth, but also ensures effortless body temperature regulation. The entire shirt contains encapsulated silver ions to minimize and discourage odor build-up, just in case you're planning on wearing the Phase AR Crew for days on end. Built-in UPF offers sun protection, and flatlock seams protect you from chafing. So whether you're sitting in the end zone or atop a peak, the Phase AR crew works hand-in-hand with your layering system to keep you warm until you return home.
- Athletic, midweight baselayer for high-octane activities
- Phasic AR fabric is stretchy, wicks away moisture, and dries quickly
- Gusseted underarms and form-fitting design enable freedom of movement
- Flatlock seam construction eliminates chafing
- Item #ARC00JD
- Q & A
Magical Base Layer
I have been wearing the same two base layers year after year and decided it was time to add a new piece to the rotation. Usually I would shy away from spending this much on an under layer, but after taking the plunge I highly recommend it! This piece is soft and cozy on the inside, with a great wind/weather resistant exterior, making it a great option for shoulder season outdoor adventures, as well as layering for skiing. What I love most is the long length, feminine, flattering cut, and the vibrant color (I ordered blue). It runs true to size, is form fitting without being too tight in any one spot and falls well below my waist to eliminate that awkward gap.
Magical Base Layer
I have been wearing the same two base layers season after season and decided it was time to add a new piece to the rotation. I usually would shy away from